Photographs of Camp Langdon




The site of the mobile anti-aircraft battery, near the beach.
The mobile AA gun was never emplaced.



The #2 AA gun mount, converted to some other use after the war.



The #1 AA gun mount.



View of the old parade ground looking west.



View of the parade ground looking east.
The old Portsmouth Harbor Lifesaving Station is in the far background, on Wood Island.



The concrete pier built by the Army.
Fort Foster in background.



The end of the pier, which slopes downward to the water.



The current Park Caretaker's House, which was once Building T-102.



The foundation of Building #(?).
Located behind the current Town Library.



Unknown structure near the Caretaker's House.
Building T-191 (gas pump)? or Building T-195 (scale house)?



Foundation of unknown structure.
There were several features such as this located throughout the area.



Remains of sidewalk and Building #101 entrance steps.
There were also several features such as this located throughout the area.



The former Small-Arms Indoor Firing Range, Building T-116.
It is currently outside of the Town Park's perimeter fence.





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